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march 25th update


The Mystical Arts of Tibet is still postponed until further notice. Our staff is coordinating with the performers and with Arts Midwest to reschedule their residency and evening performance for next concert season. Please consider paying it forward and keeping your tickets. We will record your seats for next year's Concert Series through our new ticketing service, Brown Paper Tickets. If this event cannot be rescheduled and must be canceled, ticket refunds will be issued promptly for all ticket buyers. If you would like a refund for this event now, please email our Audience Engagement Manager, Chelsie Niemi at

Loudon Wainwright III will be rescheduled for Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 7PM. All Brown Paper Ticket buyers' seats will be updated for that date. If you purchased your seats through MyNorth Tickets, your seats have already been recorded in Brown Paper Tickets. Your tickets for the show will be available at will call at the Dennos box office the night of the event.

Next concert season, we will no longer be accepting MyNorth Tickets at the door.

If you are unsure of which ticketing site you used to purchased tickets and would like more information or a refund, please email Chelsie Niemi at


Be on the look out for more online programming. We will be working with and helping support other area arts and cultural organizations to present Draw NoMI programs on social media. To find out more information, please visit our website here


The Dennos Museum Center will be closed to the public through April 13th following Executive Order No. 2020-20 by Gov. Whitmer. You can find more information about the Executive Order here. For more information about NMC and COIVD-19, please click the link here

March 19th update

The Dennos Museum Concert Series has been postponed until further notice. Our staff is working with performers to look at rescheduling these events. 

Details should be available in the coming weeks. At this time, our staff is working remotely per NMC policy, but know that we are doing all that we can during this unprecedented time. If you need to contact staff please email our Audience Engagement Manager, Chelsie Niemi, at

For the educational performances, please contact Jason Dake at

Ticket buyers, we appreciate your support of the Dennos Concert Series and ask for your patience as we determine whether we can reschedule these events. If our shows must be canceled, details for refunds will follow. 

March 14th Update

Dear Dennos Museum Center Community,

With careful consideration for the health and safety of our community, The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College will close to the public effective Sunday, March 15th through Sunday, April 5th. Events scheduled during that time have already been canceled. 

The Dennos Museum Center will carefully assess the situation with NMC and reevaluate in the coming weeks. We hope to have resources available online in the coming days so that visitors, students, and community members may continue to enjoy our collections during this temporary closure.

Museum employees will still report to work for their regularly scheduled hours. For the most up-to-date information from NMC on COVID-19, please click here.

Take good care and we look forward to seeing you again soon.


Craig Hadley
Executive Director